By Tyler M. Kimbel, Dana Heller Levitt
Written for undergraduate scholars and different potential counselors, A advisor to Graduate courses in Counseling is the 1st of its sort to create a entire, trustworthy technique of studying concerning the counseling occupation, access point coaching (i.e., master's levels in counseling specializations), and what to think about whilst trying to find, utilizing to, and eventually picking out a graduate application in counseling that's the "perfect fit." The Guide deals important details relative to accreditation and its value within the counseling career with reference to acquiring licensure, certification, or even employment possibilities after graduating. As a CACREP ebook, this publication is the legit resource of data approximately approved counseling courses and contains information regarding what counseling courses search in applicants, what courses can supply scholars by way of expert improvement and activity placement, and suggestions on own and functional issues for getting into the counseling occupation. Authored by way of counseling specialists and that includes insights from voices within the box, A advisor to Graduate Programs in Counseling is a must have source for a person attracted to changing into a certified counselor.
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ACA adopted ethical standards that are reviewed and revised periodically. Members who do not conform to the ethical standards can lose membership in ACA (ACA, 2014). Many counselor licensure boards use the ACA Ethical Code as well. As the counseling profession continued to grow and mature, counselors recognized the need for national training standards as well as their own accrediting body. The first set of national standards for graduate counseling programs was developed by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), a division of ACA whose primary focus is on the preparation of counselors.
Rogers discovered that if he could establish a trusting relationship with his clients, they could openly confront their issues and make better decisions. He found that this therapeutic relationship could be established if he was able to understand and empathize nonjudgmentally with his clients and convey this understanding to them. Rogers believed that counseling was not just for mentally ill people but was a therapeutic technique to help all people adjust to normal developmental conditions (Gerig, 2014).
Again, these are considerations that you should include in your checklist for program selection. 2 so that you can begin thinking about where you would like to work as a counselor and, therefore, the specialty areas you should consider in your graduate counseling program applications. Keep in mind that programs will have coursework beyond the eight core areas that is specific to each specialty area and included in the program curriculum. Please remember, as stated earlier, the number of required credit hours can vary from program to program.